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    Every time history repeats itself the price goes up.

    Source: Italian
    Every time the sheep bleats it loseth a mouthful.

    Source: Italian
    Every truth is not good to be told.

    Source: Italian
    Every vine must have its stake.

    Source: Italian
    Every wind does not shake down the nut.

    Source: Italian
    Everybody\'s friend, nobody\'s friend.

    Source: Italian
    Everything is good for something.

    Source: Italian
    Everything is good in its season.

    Source: Italian
    Everything is of every year.

    Source: Italian
    Everything may be borne except good fortune.

    Source: Italian
    Everything may be repaired except the neckbone.

    Source: Italian
    Everything new is beautiful.

    Source: Italian
    Evil be to him who evil thinks.

    Source: Italian
    Evil communications corrupt good manners.

    Source: Italian
    Evil does are evil dreaders.

    Source: Italian
    Extravagant offers are a kind of denial.

    Source: Italian
    Fair promises bind fools.

    Source: Italian
    Fair words won't feed a cat.

    Source: Italian
    Fair words, but look to your purse.

    Source: Italian
    Faith in a lord, a cap for the fool.

    Source: Italian
    Far from the eyes, far from the heart.

    Source: Italian
    Fat head, less brains.

    Source: Italian
    Feather by feather the goose is plucked.

    Source: Italian
    February fill dyke, be it black or be it white.

    Source: Italian
    Fire drives the wasp out of its nest.

    Source: Italian
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